Apart from featuring some of the best bloggers as guests in My Yatra Diary..., the past few months have also given me the honor of being featured as one as well. Yes, I had an opportunity of two guest posting instances which I would like to share here, with all of you.
Guest Post Excerpts
1. MAHINDRA HOMESTAYS BLOG
The first one was a photo essay for Mahindra Homestays India Travel Blog (in return of which they did one guest post for us as well - First time travel tips for India) on my trip to Badrinath to celebrate the festival of Diwali.
Here is an excerpt:
Lanes leading to the Badrinath temple
Silent tones greeted me as I took my first steps in the town. The lanes were quiet. Shopkeepers lazily put up their wares on display. A scant number of people populated the streets. Such quietness… I had wondered to myself? But then, it was reasonably justified as well...
To read the entire article, please follow this link - A Call to the Heavenly Abode, Badrinath.
2. ART OF LEO
The second guest post was for my blogger friend, Leo (Vinay) of Art of Leo. This was more of a personal essay on my experience in the Himalayan pilgrim town of Gangotri.
Here is an excerpt:
River Ganga @Gangotri
As I removed my shoes and tip toed on the smooth icy rocks, a melodious music of silence filled my ears. Mixed in it were gurgling rhythmic beats of Her waters and before I could gather anything, I found myself drifting away in a trance...
To read the entire article, please follow this link - Tranquility in the Waters: My Trip to Gangotri.
Do check them out and please let me know how they were, am anxiously waiting to hear your feedback on them.
A Word of Thanks!
Also, thank you to all my loving readers for giving them such a warm welcome and showering them with as much love as you do to me. Thank you!
Here are the links to their Guest Posts in case you missed them or wish to go over them again -
1. Syntheri Rocks at Dandeli, Western Ghats - Santosh BS
2. The Chennakeshava Temple, C R Patna - Team G Square
3. Valley of Flowers: Paradise Found - Jitaditya Narzary